LONG READ: Can Ray Avery turn promises into reality?
Eloise Gibson examines the story behind Ray Avery’s proposed baby incubator and the troubled journey to its fundraising concert.
Sexual misconduct alleged at boozy Labour Party camp
The Labour Party has been hit with claims that four young supporters were sexually assaulted at one of its annual ‘Summer School’ camps near Waihi last month.
The summer interns and the law firm
Something went badly wrong with the student law clerk programme at national law firm Russell McVeagh in Wellington over a recent summer.
The man behind the Mt White sale
In his first interview since buying the Mt White Station pastoral lease, Lukas Travnicek talks to David Williams.
MediaWorks CEO’s Murdoch-style email
Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran says MediaWorks CEO Michael Anderson is running a Murdoch-style campaign against public media.
Privacy breach at Disputes Tribunal
The Justice Minister ‘deeply disappointed’ after sensitive case file left at Night ‘n Day store.
SIS investigates Chinese student in Auckland
The SIS has investigated a Chinese national over concerns his work could be used for sensitive military purposes.
‘Abhorrent’ behaviour has no place in dairy industry
Hidden camera footage of a sharemilker hitting cows with a steel pipe has been has been called “disturbing” and “abhorrent” by the dairy industry.